Summary: There have been many superheroes that are known starting from Superman, Avengers, etc. People seems to look for a savior of the world even for a movie or TV shows and every time we this kind of plot, it is always a click to its viewers.
There have been many superheroes that are known starting from Superman, Avengers, etc.
People seems to look for a savior of the world even for a movie or TV shows and every time we this kind of plot, it is always a click to its viewers.
Even during Christmas, people need a savior in the person of Santa Claus who is always the center of a commercialize Christmas. He seems to save the children of the world from gift-less to a guiltless Christmas gift.
However, many of us forgot the real savior of the world and not only during Christmas but in everyday of our lives.
Jesus is the SAVIOR of the world because He is
S-ubstitute for us – Romans 5:8
“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
Romans 3:23 “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
In the 4th century AD in Korea a man had two sons. The elder rose to become Chief Justice in the land and the younger became an infamous bandit.
The elder brother loved his younger brother but was unable to persuade him to change his ways.
Eventually the younger son was caught and brought before his brother, the Chief Justice. Everyone in the courtroom thought the younger brother would get off because it was well known that the Chief Justice loved his brother
But at then end of the trial, the Chief Justice sentenced his brother to death.
On the day of the execution, the elder brother came to the prison and said to his brother “Let’s swap places”. The younger brother agreed thinking that once they realised that it was the elder brother, the execution would not go forward.
On he went up on the hill to watch proceedings. His brother was brought out at dawn and to his horror executed.
Filled with remorse, he ran down the hill and told the guard his name and that he was the criminal who should be executed. The guards said to him.
“There is no sentence outstanding on anyone with that name”
In the same way, Christ has died for our sins so there is no sentence outstanding. All we have to do is to accept his death in our place.
A-tonement for our sins – Romans 3:25
“God presented Christ as a sacrifice of atonement, through the shedding of his blood—to be received by faith. He did this to demonstrate his righteousness, because in his forbearance he had left the sins committed beforehand unpunished”
Atonement means – “at one moment” – it is the reconciliation of God and human kind through the sacrificial death of our Lord Jesus.
Two brothers were playing on the sandbanks by the river. One ran after another up a large mound of sand. Unfortunately, the mound was not solid, and their weight caused them to sink in quickly.
When the boys did not return home for dinner, the family and neighbours organized a search. They found the younger brother unconscious, with his head and shoulders sticking out above the sand. When they cleared the sand to his waist, he awakened. The searchers asked, "Where is your brother?"